Porcelain tiles; perfect for areas such as internal living, commercial premises and outdoor areas.
November 16th, 2011
Ecotech is fine porcelain stoneware, the result of research aimed at the recycling up to 100% of unused materials. It is the first project that re-uses dusts, mixtures and residues from the manufacture of other products to create a new composite material transforming it into an innovative design project.
The product is available with double natural and structural surface, where the use of these two surfaces allows for a continuous look between interiors and exteriors.
Thanks to its ecologically sustainable production characteristics, Ecotech has received the prestigious Ecolabel certification certifying the eco-friendly product value.
For further information on the PAR-KER range, please contact ace stone + tiles
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